Category Archives: Traditions and Folkways

The Wilson Light

A sleepless night led me out of bed to look at the sky. The moon, nearly full, was piercingly crisp and bright behind fast-moving clouds. Inspired, I took a few photos. But after viewing the images on my computer I … Continue reading

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Bat House Cave

Recently, Shiloh Museum photographer Don House, photographer Sabine Schmidt, and I took the scenic drive into Newton County to follow up on an intriguing bit of history dug up in some historic photos in the museum’s image collection. The images … Continue reading

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Let Her Quilt

Seems like we’re all quilts, all the time around here of late. Carolyn and Curtis are busy installing Cover Stories, a new exhibit featuring “special occasion” quilts from our museum collection. Entries are coming in for the 36th Ozark Quilt … Continue reading

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